Using Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Teaching Lawyering Skills: Meeting the Challenge of the New Aba Standards

53 Pages Posted: 23 Aug 2005

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Bruce J. Winick

University of Miami School of Law

Abstract

The article discusses how law schools can satisfy the new ABA standards for legal education, which require law students to receive expanded professional training. The article suggests that training students in therapeutic jurisprudence constitutes an excellent way of meeting the new ABA standards and moves legal education into the modern era in a manner that will significantly increase the quality of lawyering and both client and professional satisfaction.

Keywords: Therapeutic jurisprudence, ABA standards, legal education, skills, professional skills, professional training

JEL Classification: K00, K10, K19

Suggested Citation

Winick, Bruce J., Using Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Teaching Lawyering Skills: Meeting the Challenge of the New Aba Standards. St. Thomas Law Review, Vol. 17, 2005, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=784027

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